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Proto-Germanic: *kilu-z, *kilōn; *kilkēn; *kalka-z, *kulk=
Meaning: neck, gullet, precepice
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kjɔl-r m. `Kiel; Bergrücken'; kjalki m. `Kinnbacken; Schlitten', NIsl kjālki `Kieferbein; Stange in einer Tragbahre oder im Schlittengestell; Schlitten', kālk-ur `Handschlitten; Landesteil'
Norwegian: kjelke `Kiefer; Schlitten'; kjöl
Swedish: kälke `Schlitten', dial. kolk, kulk `Schluck'; köl
Danish: kulk `Speiseröhre, Rachen'; köl
Old English: ceole (ciole), -an f. `throat, jowl', cele `beak of a ship'; { colc `Wassergefülltes Loch, Schlucht' }
English: jawl
Old Frisian: kolk m. `Wasserloch'
Old Saxon: kel-girithi `gulzigheid'; kela `Kehle'
Middle Dutch: colc, culc `kolk, diepte, doorvart'; kiel, keel `Kiel'; kēle f. `keel, strot'
Dutch: kolk m., f.; keel f.
Old Franconian: kela `Kehle'
Middle Low German: kolk, kulk m. `Wassergefülltes Loch, Schlucht'; kie, keel, kil `Kiel'; kēle `Kehle, Hals'
Old High German: kelk `Halsgeschwulst', keluh, kelah `Kropf'; kela `Kehle, Hals, Luftröhre, Speiseröhre, Schlund' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: kël(e) wk./st. f. 'kehle, hals; luftröhre; speiseröhre, schlund; das kehlstück am pelze'; këlch st. m. `Unterkinn'
German: { Kolk `промоина, вымоина' }; Kehle f.; [ Kiel < LG ]
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